If you thought it was hot earlier this week we will be getting a little cool down later this week along with some rain from the Tropical Storm down in the Gulf.

This Memorial Day was one of the hottest ones and the weather earlier this week is full of 90+ degree days and humidity, but that's just the start of this crazy weather week. The National Weather Service is calling for a marginal risk for severe weather which will come in Wednesday, and it includes potential threats of tornado, lightning, damaging winds, and heavy rainfall

This potential weather is mostly from the remnants of sub tropical storm Alberto, which is now headed north and Michigan is in its projected path. The NWS is saying you could be seeing these heavy rain and wind conditions across portions of southeast Michigan on Wednesday afternoon and evening with a higher risk for severe weather will be along and south of the I-96 corridor.

You can see more of what NWS says below and also here.